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Electric Vehicle Podcast: EV news and discussions

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Electric Vehicle / EV news, interviews and discussions - keeping audiences informed about the latest on electric cars - plus broader discussion around electric bikes, boats, planes and sustainability.
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After a short break, Theo is back chatting to EV Converter Gavin Shoebridge who now lives in the Florida USA. Gavin is planning his next EV Conversion a Jaguar XJS. We chat about his plans and how COVID-19 is effecting everyday life in Florida.
This week Theo Chats with Paul O'Conner. Paul is a long time sponsor of the EV podcast and a good friend. Paul's business sells charging cables to public and supplies a lot of car dealers in New Zealand. Paul is always on the lookout for interesting gizmos and you will never guess what he has now. This week we talk about returning to work as New Zealand moves from level 4 lockdown to level 3 and what is it like having a full-body scan... Mention the EV Podcast next time you place an order with Paul and get free freight.Go to https://oemaudio.co.nz/
This week Theo talks to the director of Electric Air Gary Freedman. Gary has brought in New Zealand's first electric trainer aircraft which will be operating out of Christchurch once we are let out and the COVID lockdown concludes. We had a great chat, enjoy.https://www.electricair.nz/Hosted and Published by World Podcasts  
This week on the EV Podcast, Theo chats to OZ Jabur Head of Product and Innovation at Mercury NZ. We talk about how he and his team went about setting up Mercury's EV Drive subscription platform and what they may look after the COVID-19 lockdown.Episode Links:https://www.linkedin.com/in/oz-jabur-000/https://evdrive.co.nz/The EV Podcast is supported by:OEM Audio - New Zealand’s leading supplier of safe and reliable AC chargers and charging cables.If you enjoy our Podcast please support us by subscribing to the podcast on Patreon.com. The more support we get the more we can cover.Published by WorldPodcasts
Now everybody hates being in a car accident especially when you love your car! Well, this is a very unusual story from EV Enthusiasts Steve Withers about his Tesla crash that turned out to be more like a scene from Taika Waititi's hit film Hunt for the Wilderpeople. Only in New Zealand! Enjoy.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_IczWC16pw     
This week on the EV Podcast Theo is currently in lockdown with his family as is the rest of New Zealand due to the Covid Virus. Thanks to a spare room to set up a studio and Modern Technology Theo chats to Edward Harvey Founder & CEO at EVnex, Evnex is currently New Zealand's only manufacturer of electric vehicle chargers and charging software. Enjoy...from the safety of your home. https://www.evnex.com/
This week on the EV Podcast Theo Gibson talks to Michael Eaglen Co-founder and Chief Executive at EV Maritime. Michael is working on new Electric Fast Ferries to replace Aucklands ageing Ferry fleet.  Michael sees New Zealand being able to supply the world with electric fast ferries if we do this right. Enjoy our conversation. http://evmaritime.com/
EVUp is an electric vehicle charging network it was established by two EV enthusiasts passionate about working towards climate change mitigation & adaption.Emma Sutcliffe is a climate activist & sustainable living advocate who is committed to breaking down the common barriers to EV adoption, particularly for women.Russ Shepherd created the partner company, EVolution Australia, in 2015 & has grown an EV community-focused business that is as well regarded for charging products as the expert advice & support given to drivers on a daily basis. Russ is currently working on the Jaunt Land Rover conversion project with Dave Budge who Theo interviewed last year.https://www.evup.com.au/ 
This week Theo talks to EV Advocate Will Hunter about the latest developments on the New Zealand Clean Car Policies. To submit your letter to the NZ Government go to http://eva.v5.nz/
This week on the EV Podcast with more e scooters on the road in Auckland. Theo takes another look at the ridesharing landscape in New Zealand and around the world with help from Christopher Hilton Vice President of Corporate affairs at ridesharing Start-Up beam, who recently added Auckland to there list of cities they operate in. https://www.ridebeam.com/ 
This week Theo chats to Julia Jack from Mercury NZ. Mercury NZ is a New Zealand electricity generation and electricity retailing company. All of the company's electricity generation is renewable. It owns and operates nine hydroelectric generating stations on the Waikato River and five geothermal plants in the Taupo area. Mercury promotes EV transport in many forms and offers a selection of great offers.EV Subscriptions: https://evdrive.co.nz/.E-bike: https://www.mercury.co.nz/e-transport-(1)/e-bikes-(1)E-scooters: https://www.mercury.co.nz/e-transport-(1)/e-bikes-(1)/try-an-e-bike?viewmode=0Special power plans for New Zealand customers who want to save money when charging their Electric vehicles.For more info see: https://www.mercury.co.nz/
This week on the podcast, Theo is on a mission to find a new e-bike and talks to owner and founder of Bolton Electric Bikes in the United States Kyle Chittock about the electric bike biz and what his customers look for in an electric bike.Web Linkshttps://boltonebikes.com/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8pIKzo5py1zt3U2O-Bqo3Ahttps://boltonebikes.com/blogs/podcast/bolton-ebikes-the-origin-ep-1
This week Theo is back in the studio and pulls in Darcy Ungaro and his guest from the Everyday Investor Podcast to chat about buying a new EV in 2020. What is the landscape currently looking like in New Zealand and what did Darcy go for and why?
This week Theo chats with Nathan White co-founder of Pyka Autonomous Electric Airplanes. Pyka is building large autonomous crop-dusting planes and currently operating and testing their planes here in New Zealand.
This week on the EV Podcast Theo chats to Joe Mattern CEO of aeroG Aviation. Joe and his team have are focused on developing novel aircraft concepts, with the vision of creating blueprints and engineering specifications for electric passenger vehicles capable of vertical take-off and landing while being able to cruise at speeds exceeding two hundred knots. areoG is one of the first companies to make their vertical lift take-off passenger vehicle designs available in X-Plane 11 flight simulator.  
Theo Gibson is back on the EV Podcast. To start 2020 off Theo Chats with Roei Ganzarski CEO of magniX. magniX and Harbour Air just performed there first test flight of a commercial 6 seater electric seaplane the converted to electric. This is the first commercial plane to reach the sky.
This week on the EV Podcast, the last EV Podcast for 2019. Theo chats to CEO John Worth from Geo40 a company in Taupo New Zealand about extracting battery grade Lithium from Geothermal brines. A truly sustainable solution for Lithium mining. 
This week Theo Gibson and Paul Spain talk about the recent unveilings of the new Tesla CyberTruck and the Ford Mustang Mach-E. Theo also gets a chance to put a few questions forward to Sylvie Childs Senior Product Manager at Hyundai Motor UK.
This week on the podcast Theo Gibson chats to Andrew Rushworth Managing Director at Zero Emission Vehicles Limited. This New Zealand based innovative company founded in 2008, specialise in heavy electric vehicles and work with companies across the globe, building fit for purpose solutions.
This week on the EV Podcast Theo Gibson chats to Ben Haselden Marine Electrical and Electronics Manager at McKay Limited about New Zealand's first electric ferry which will be operating out of the countries capital Wellington. 
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Merebark

Just want to say, I am highly impressed with the content on your podcasts. I am a Civil Design Engineer based in Australia and like to listen a lot of varied technical content, to grow my intelligence while working. Alot of the material i find is hard to listen to but these podcasts are always interesting and thoroughly growing my understanding of what's happening in the EV world. Thanks for that and keep up the great work!!!

Jun 12th
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Andy Murph

the only reason why people think that they are so busy now is because they tend to much time on Facebook and the phones

Mar 26th
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